Let’s just imagine that Hue Jackson had been fired at the end of the 2017 season. With a 1-31 record it’s hard to even comprehend why that statement even has to be imagined, however the fact remains he is the Cleveland Browns head coach. Let’s get back to the imaginary world though where a shiny new coaching staff has been put in place and the Browns start the season 2-4-1, we would be happy right? Surely content; even if happy is stretching it a little for some. Competitive in games against teams with Superbowl aspirations and a field goal here or there in overtime from being talked about with a 6-1 record. Unfortunately for Hue Jackson he will be judged on his 3 years here and not the levels of play witnessed through the first 7 weeks of the 2018 season.

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